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Butterfly Petr Korbel Table Tennis Blade - 5-ply All-Wood Blade

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Butterfly Petr Korbel Table Tennis Blade - 5-ply All-Wood Blade

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Product description

The Butterfly Petr Korbel blade has long been known as a blade that can do it all from everywhere on the table. This Best Seller, named after the Czech star, has been a mainstay for all types of players for years. This all-wood blade consists of the highly reliable limba wood, giving both offensive and defensive players the delicate balance of touch and power that they need. Whether you're flipping serves like Korbel himself or chopping and countering off the table, rest assured that the Petr Korbel won't let you down. Butterfly-sponsored players using this blade include Kim Donghyun (Tenergy 05 Hard on forehand and backhand) and Gionis Panagiotis (Tenergy 05 Hard forehand and Feint Long II backhand). Butterfly Tenergy 05 Hard is a great rubber for fast strokes (smashing, countering) with lots of spin capabilities. Players that enjoy confusing others with long pips should consider Butterfly Feint Long II. Feint Long II was designed to enhance the effect of long pips-out rubbers, maximizing when the pips are easily bent amp; deformed by reaching the aspect ration limits set forth by the ITTF. To add more grip to this blade, you can get the Soft Grip Tape, providing grip and comfort to the racket handle. Another great choice to extend the longevity of your racket is adding side tape to the blade, protecting the wood in the event it is hit on the table. Plies: 5W Reaction: 10.6 Vibration: 8.2 Weight: ~91 g Blade Thickness: 5.9 Blade Size: 158x152 mm FL Handle Size: 100x25 mm ST Handle Size: 100x24 mm Made in Japan

Butterfly Petr Korbel Table Tennis Blade - 5-ply All-Wood Blade

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